I just started reading this book a couple of issues ago and noticed that Jason's mask have facial expressions. I don't remember his mask being like that before the reboot. Anyone else find that odd?
The facial expressions is a new thing, bit I think its pretty cool. This is the most fun comic on the stands and something like a facial expression mask is one of those cool little comic book things that I have no problem suspending my disbelief on. Love this book and Rockaforts art is just the best!
Looks great, I've only gotten the Batman issue of Night of the Owls. Which I found not bad, but not particularly memorable. Between this and Nightwing I'm looking forward to this one more. Art is unsurprisingly gorgeous and I'm looking forward to seeing the group interact with Freeze some more. In all honesty though as much as I'm sure I'll enjoy this issue I want to get past it and start the space arc that's coming up.
I'm looking forward to the space arc myself. Can't wait.
Current Top Ten Comics: Earth 2, Red Hood and the Outlaws, Talon, Demon Knights, Transformers: Regeneration One, Young Avengers, Batman Beyond Unlimited, Nightwing, Flash, Aquaman
did anyone like batgirls appearance at the end
This was definitely my favorite Night of the Owls tie-in. Nightwing was good, but everything about this managed to feel incredibly fun. Mr. Freeze was used to good effect and the whole sequence between Jason and the Talon was absolutely brilliant. Lobdell managed to take this tie-in and use it to great effect for all of his characters. If I had a complaint Roy is still a weak link, but he's feeling stronger in each issue lately.
EDIT: Really enjoyed Jason's attitude toward Batgirl too.
One of the best of the tie-ins, no doubt. Loved all of the characters, even the Talon. And I like how Lobdell still managed to work in his rejected-by-editorial ending for this issue
And also, Rocafort draws a great Barbara. Look how good that suit looks on the last page.
Wait, what? Barbara was in this book? Someone post that last page.
Absolutely top-shelf issue, this one. I loved it. Fit into the night/crossover well, used the premise to its own advantage.
Jason to Babs: "Nice legs".
"Everything hs changed. ‘Dark’ entertainment now looks like hysterical, adolescent, ‘Zibarro’ crap." - Morrison, 2008.
The art is amazing this man better not stop drawing Red hood